Arizona officials honored for expanding driver's license services

The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (ADOT MVD) recently earned an award for expanding its driver's license services to authorized third-party businesses throughout the state.

The department received the award at the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators International Conference. In addition, the MVD received recognition through a Customer Convenience Award because the division provided its customers with more options to attain identification cards or driver's licenses. The division accomplished this through expanded numbers of authorized third-party businesses that were allowed to provide these credentials.

As of today, there are 19 authorized third-party businesses throughout Arizona that are allowed to provide driver's license services as well as registration and title services. ADOT’s ultimate goal is to add 23 authorized third-party businesses by January 2016.

“One of MVD’s goals is to give communities across Arizona more access to our services,” Juan Beltran, the third-party program administrator, said. “Earlier this year, we rolled out a phased expansion program, and have added three to four businesses in each phase to expand the number of third-party businesses that offer driver's licenses and identification cards.”

A complete list of the authorized third-party businesses and MVD offices is available online.

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